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  • The Artist of War

    Daniel Otero

    When his family is slaughtered by Union soldiers, Edward Thompson, the child of Jewish immigrants who settled in the Dakotas, is found and taken in by a childless Crow couple who raise him as a Native American with his half-brother, Thomas. After serving in the Indian Wars, Thomas becomes a Pinkerton Detective, investigating the eight men who murdered Thompson's parents and sister, and Thompson a bounty hunter

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  • No Longer a Giant

    Milton Sibiya

    Covered in cuts and bruises, Allison returns from Mozambique to find that Abel, his half-brother, has taken charge as the owner of the house that belonged to their deceased parents. He makes endless attempts to apologize for the childish mistakes he committed when he left the country, but his brother insists that he will never allow him into the house again. Jobless and desperate, he finds himself as des

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  • I Know How You Feel

    Michael Green

    For Heaven's sake! Things are not peachy in Paradise, with so much squabbling among the angels and archangels that God tires of the nonsense and retreats to a desert island, leaving heavenly management to Michael. Senior archangel Michael takes himself and his role very seriously and the younger angels, especially Jerol, delight in defying his rule. Jerol's continuing disobedience is punished by demotion t

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  • Living in Harmony

    Muriel Freeborn

    Right from an early age, Susan's life revolves around her family, her friends and her piano. She needs all three and tries hard to get her priorities right, as each makes demands on her attention. She weathers busy years. Retirement finds her more relaxed and able to enjoy the company of those around her, still contributing with her music in the community. There is nothing disturbing in this b

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  • Precious Gems

    Sue Brady

    Pearl and Ruby - two precious gems - are friends for life. For eighty years, from the very first day they are put together in school, Pearl and Ruby are firm friends, through all the weddings, children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren. The world around them may change but their friendship remains strong. We first meet them, aged nearly ninety, dealin

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  • Life Force

    John Nickson

    Martin Morgan says goodbye to his family for what he believes to be the last time. A diagnosis of cancer in its last stages has left him with two choices: to tell his family and let them care for him in his last days, or to not tell his family and instead take a last trip to the mountains where he'll go to die. Martin chooses the latter. Having booked into a hotel in the Scottish Highlands, he sets out

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  • The Veiled Thread

    Stephen Twartz

    In 1914, twenty year old Eiric is droving for his father with his brothers, Ted and Joe, and Jimmy, the farm hand who always looks out for them. The boys yearn to break free from their controlling and aggressive father, but his manipulations stand in the way. Could the war in Palestine be a way for them to gain freedom? Interwoven with the past is the present day story of Harry who discovers he

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  • Fergus Speaks

    James Hodge

    A blending of Gaelic and Cymric mythic traditions, this tale follows the birth, life and death of a figure who combines the characters and adventures of CuChulainn, the greatest hero of Irish myth and Gawain, one of the greatest knights of Arthur's British Round Table. From the Cattle Raid of Cooley, pitting all of Ireland against Ulster, to Arthur's resistance against the massive incursions of Germanic tr

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  • A Glutton-Free Diet

    I.D.C. Hopkins

    In this satirically comic novella, three men and two women become increasingly entangled in a too-long weekend on the Scottish isle of Arran. The men are trying to find the fourth member of their golf fourball to decide their tied annual series. The women are on a secret and illegal mission involving local plant life. One of the women takes the chance to settle an old score against one of the unsuspecting men. Gen

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  • The Road to Peace

    Terence O'Shaughnessy

    James Clifford-Harris, a disabled veteran of the Great War in his mid-thirties, leads a lonely and miserable existence. Plagued by recurring nightmares and lumbered with selfish family members who are ill-equipped to deal with his needs, his attempt to escape his surroundings is made possible following an encounter with travelling Gypsies, Challenor and his daughter Mary. Learning the details of their tragic past

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  • The Dragon Rider

    T. J. Weekes

    "My name is Abagail Stone, and I always wished I could be a Dragon Rider and often dreamed of serving the kingdom." When a rare dragon egg was stolen from the sacred Cave of Noelle, the dragons' immense power vanished along with the hope of a mass dragon army. And over the past few years, the amount of Dragon Riders has fallen. Few men have been chosen to mount the fierce yet magni

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  • To Sit in Solemn Silence

    Sue Woodcock

    When senior detective Saul Catchpole takes his family to a production of the Mikado, he has no idea that soon he will be investigating a gruesome murder on the stage and finding out that within the operatic society things are seldom what they seem. Soon the enquiry is delving into the history of several members of the cast with surprising results. Not only does it challenge him and his team, as he introduces a new

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